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THE DAILY W? PH (EN IX.
Daily Paper $8 a Year "Let our JuBt Censure ^^ji^SS^SfS^f^m Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $5 a Year BY JULIAN A. SELBY. ??i COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ll, 1867. VOLUME III-NO. 175. THE PHONIX PO BU9 H ED. DAXL? ABD TBI-WEB ELT. THE GLEANER, EVER? WEDNESDAY M0HN1X0. BY JULIAN A. SELBY, Office on Blain street, ?few doors above Taylor (or Camden) street- r ' TERMS-IN AD VANCE. SOUSCRIPTION. Dfclly Paper, six months... .$4 00 Tri-Weekly, " ". 2 50 Weekly, . V " .1 50 ?DVEBTX3XKSXT8 Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents for eaoh subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. 99" A liberal discount made on the above rates token advertisements are inserted by the month or year. AQEST8. W. C. Moore, Abbeville. J. R. Allen, Chester. Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. 8. P. Kinard, Nowberry C. H. W. T. Sims, union.. J. M. Allen, Greenville. C?e im. Sa KUM AN.-Thin o nicer hat been ordered to Washington. For? ney's Chronicle says: "' The telegram from the Presiden! to Gen. Sherman, ordering him tc report here in person immediately, did not specify any cause for hil relief from dnty on the Indian com mission, and it is supposed that, not withstanding the assertion of th? Administration press to the contrary Mr. Johnson intended to offer hin the War . Office. Finding, however that the General's fast friendship fo: Gen. Grant, and his political prinoi pies, whatever they may have beei in the past, are now similar to thosi entertained by his brother, Senato John Sherman, rendered the accept ance of the offer uncertain, the Pre sident hesitated to make it. The New York Herald, of the 8tli comments;as follows: n/j There appears to be a good deal c perturbation" ' in Washington abm; Gen. Sherman's vi sit and bis con v OJ sntion with the President, which ai interpreted by the gossips to mean chango in the Cabinet. Mr. Johi son is taking a long time to decide c to what he ebal! do in this matter c Cabinet reconstruction. If he : going to make a' change, why not d it at once, without. calling his gen< rals to Washington from all parts < the country, over mountains an through valleys, at great expense an loss of time, and then doing nuthin after all? If the thing were we done, it were well it were doi quickly. _ PROPOSITION TO HARMONIZE.-Tl New York Herald, of the 8th, has special despatch from Washingto: from which we extract the followin An important proposition has ju been started by influential Repub cans, win oh seems to meet with co siderable favor, and may have a co trolling influence upon the action Congress at the approaching sessio and upon the next Presidential eh tion. It is that a Congressional coi mittee shall, be appointed, by t consent of all Senators and Pepi sentatives, who concur iu the prop sition, to wait upon President Joh Bon, and request him to state c finitely what plan he has to sube for the speedy reconstruction and s mission of the Southern States, as has hitherto opposed eeery poji that hos been initiated by Congre They presume that he has a d?fini Eractical plan of reconstruction is mind, which, he behoves wot be effective, and which would mi his approval. They would then certain to a certainty whether tb is any possibility of the Legislat and Executive branches of the ( vernment harmonizing on a pol that wonld restore the ex-rebel Ste to representation before the n Presidential election, or whether country must remain in its pres condition until those two branc Bball be brought into accord by decision of the ballot-box in If Attempts have before been madt patch up a compromise between President and Congrus?, but t have been only individual volun efforts. Thc proposed uiuyeu contemplates tho concurrence c sufficient, number of Republican secure n majority of each ho should any agreement be possi and the application to the Presi< will bo formal and authoritative, originates with those who fear impeachment may bring a dest ti ve. financial crisis upon thu cout and is said to meet the approve Senator Morgan, of New York, other representatives of constit cies particularly concerned in financial prosperity of the coui It wonld, moreover, form the nm of a now constitutional party all the Union. -!-\-n ry WON'T WORK.-There was an agent for some public work here a few days ago, from Annapolis, Md., endeavor? ing to obtain negro labor among the many idlo of that element in our community, and offered seventeen dollars per month and board. We are informed that it was impossible for bim to get more than one or two bands, and yet there must be hun? dreds of th eso people among us spending their lives in miserable indolence.-Norfolk Journal. COURT WEEK.-Our Fall Court should have convened on Monday, but his Honor Judge Glover did not arrive till Tuesday. We learn that it is the case with us, as in all other Districts in the State, owing to General Canby's jury order, it is im? possible to empannel a jury for the present term, and the business, if any, will have to be deferred. [Cheraw Advertiser. NORTH CAROLINA.-General Ganby has removed three County judges in North Carolina, and appointed their successors. In the same County, (Cleaveland,) he has deferred the payment of the taxes imposed by tho Provisional Government of tho State, until the 1st December next. FROST.-Tho Spartanburg Spartan says that they have had a heavy frost in that vicinity. The Winnsboro News notices a slight frost in that neighborhood on Tuesday, not enough, however, to do any material injury. PERSONAL.-The Mobile Times says: "Asa Hartz has euchred the yellow fever; this, withal, being his second encounter. We are not in? formed whether the game was played for the championship or not." Paper currency is the child of the war. -Exchange. Wo find considerable difficulty in "raising" that child. [Louisville Democrat. The New York Academy of Medi? cine, through its members and others, has subscribed nearly $1,300 to the fond for the sufferers in New Or? leans. State South Carolina-Richland Dist. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. Weiskcr Brothers vs. ?. V. Antwerp.-At? tachment. WHEREAS the plaintiff did. on the fifth day of October, 1866, filo his de-1 claratiou against tho defendant, who (as it I is said) is absent from and without the limits of this State, and has neither wife nor attorney known within the same upon whom a copy of thc said declaration might | be served: It ?B, therefore, ordered, that the said defendant do appear and plead to tho said declaration, on or beforo the sixth day of October, which will be in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven; otherwiso final and absolute judgment will then be given and awarded against him. D. R. MILLER, C. C. P. Clerk's Oflicc, Richland Di?trict, October 5, 1866._Oct ll Sq State South Carolina-Richland Dist. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. John P. Southoru vs. Garnet V. Antwcrp. Attaehment. WHEREAS the plaintiff did, on the first day of October, 18C6, ?le his de? claration against thc defendant, who (as it is said./ is absent from and without the hnntu of this Stato, and has neither wifo nor attorney known within the same upon whom a copy of the said declaration might bo served: It is, tlierefore, ordered, that the said de? fendant do appear and plead to tho said declaration, on or before the second day of October, which will bo in tho yoar of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven; otherwise final and absolute judgment will then he given and awarded against bim. I). B. MILLER, C. C. P. Clerk's Office, Richland District, October 1, 1866._Oct n_6q_ State South Carolina-Richland Dist. IN TUE COMMON PLEAS. Eenry Willis vs. Wood C. Dollens.-Attach? ment. WHEREAS thc plaintiff did, on tho first day of October, 18G6, file bis de? claration against the defendant, who /'as it is said,) is absout from and without tho limits of this State, and has neither wife nor attorney known within tho same upon whom a copy of tho said declaration might be served: It ia, therefore, ordered, that the said de? fendant do appear and plead to the said declaration, on or beforo the second day of October, which will bo in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred .nd sixty-seven; otherwise final and absolute judgment will then bo given and awarded against him. D. B. MILLER, C. C. P. Clerk's Office, Richland District, October 1. 1866._Oct ll Sq State South Caro?na--Riehhwid Dist. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. Ed. Roo vs. G. V. Antwerp.-Attachment. WHEREAS the plaintiff did, on tho first day of October, i860, filo his de? claration agaiust tho defendant, who (as it is said) is absent from and without Jho limits of this State, and has neither wifo nor at.nrney known within tho same upon whom a copy of thc said declaration might bo served: It is ordered, that tho said defendant do appear and pleud to the said declaration, ? on or before the second day of October, which will bo in the year of our Lord ono I thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven: | otherwise final and absolute judgment will be given and awarded against him. D. B. MILLER, C. C. P. Clerk's Office, Richland District, October 1,1866. Octllaq SPECIAL NOTICES. I NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-An Es eay for Young Mon, on Physiological Er? rors, Abuses and Disoascs, incident to Youth and Early Manhood, which create impediments to MARRIAGE, with sure means of relief. Sent in sealed loiter en? velopes, freo of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKLLLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa? tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Sept 25 Smo WHEATON'S OINTMENT will euro the Itch. WHEATON'S OINTMENT will cure Salt Rheum. WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores. WUEATON'8 OINTMENT cures all Diseases of tbe Skin. Price 50 cents-by mail CO cents. All Druggist? sell it. WEEKS A POTTER, Boston. Mass., Proprietors. Sept 18 fly PAN Iv N IN'S HEPATIC BITTERS aro rapidly gaining in publio esteem. They are decidedly the most oxcellent Vegetable Tonio yet discovered for the euro of gene? ral debility and disorders of tho stomabh or liver. Those who have used them pro? nounce thom to bo all that is claimed" for them. For salej>y all druggists. Aprii iv. iiy un. Q, H. JttlOT, Agent. POVERTY OP BLOOD-Tho preva? lence of this diseased condition of tho blood is noticeable everywhere. Seo tho young man or the young girl with a palo, waxy, blanched appearance of the countenance and integuments generally, as well of the lips, tongue, month, a pulso feeblo and rapid, loss of appetite, with indigestion and flatulence aud irregular action of thc bowels, low spirits and severe headache, great debility, with langor, you may sot il down tho blood wants richness. A thou? sand complaints flow from this one .hiug. Tho QUEEN'S DELIGHT is the great blood purifier and renovator. Oct a botth and use it. It is an invaluable medicine for poverty of blood. It is the cheapesi and best medicine yon can use, Ks ii cleanses and purifies tho very fountain o life. Bo sivro to ask for Heinitsb's Qneen'i Delight. For sale by FISHER A HEIN' ITSH. Druggists. Aug 20 tuf A DANGEROUS SEASON_An almos unparalleled quantity of rain baH failoi during#the summer. Vegetation bas beei wonderfully thick and rank, aud, aa it de cays, an unusual amount of sickness ma; be expected unless proper means are take: to prevent it. Fever and ague and bilious remittent already prevail to an alarming extent, an as the fall advances, and the malariou night fogs become heaver, tho sick list i likely to increase, both in tho city and tb country. It is, therefore, only an act c common prudonce to keep the vital force iu full vigor, so that they may resist th unhealthy influences of tho season. Rc inforced by the tonio operation of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS, Tho system, however weak and suscept ble, naturally will, in Dine cases out of tci successfully combat every species of ai mosphoric poison by which epidemics ai produced. During tho months of September. Oi tobcr and November, tho differ* nee i temperature between day and night : very great, and tho chilling dews and mist of tho soason are tho prolific causes of ii digestion, cholera morbus, diarrhoea an dysentery. Bearing this in mind, remen ber, also, that tho BITTERS not only ii vig?rate the stomach and brace the nerve but act specifically upon tho bowels an tho liver, imparting to tboso im;?trtai organs regularity and tone. It is not rei sonable to expect immunity from previ lent complaints if no precautions aro take to escape them. HOSTETTER'S BITTERS are at om pleasant to the taste, and the most certa of all safe-guards against febrile ailment Oct 9_ _t6 DEW OP THE ALPS. For salo wholesale by all tho grocers Now Orleans, Charleston, Mobile, Sava nab and New York. DEW OF THE ALPS Received tho first premium at the Pat Exposition. DEW OF THE ALPS. .The manufacturers of the above cordi not ouly received the first premium at tl Paris Exposition, but were decorated 1 the Emperor. DEW OF THE ALPS. For salo by all the druggists, grocc a?d fruit stores in the United States. BRANDY, RUM AND WINES. 5,000 cases old Cognac Brandy,import especially for private nee. 300 casos old Jamaica and St. Croix Ru bottled before the war. 10,000 cases Madeira, Sherry ?nd Pori tnnifi vnrv nlrl ?rwl BUPer?OT YZ??C. brands: all warranted pore. For sale t UDOLPHO WOLFE, Aug IC 3mo 22 Beaver st.. New York ESTABLISHED IN 1828. BATCHELOR'? HAIR DYE-T splendid Hair Dye is tho beat in the woi The only trw. and perfect Dye- hannie reliahlo, instantaneous. No disappoi mont. No ridiculous tints. Natural bli or brown. Remedies the ill offeots of I dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it t and beautiful. Tho genuine is signed 1 liam A. Batchelor. All others are m imitations, and should be avoided. 8 by all druggists and perfumers. Fact 81 Barclay street, New York, sar Bew of a counterfeit. Dec ll 1 New York Advertisements.' V ~ JAMES CONNER'S SONS United States Type Foundry AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE. NOS. 28,80 and 82 Centro street, (c?rner of Re ide street,; New York. The type on which this paper is prvuted ?B from the above Foundry. Nov 18 " SOUTHERN BANK NOTES'. SOUTHERN SECURITIES! Bought and sold on commission by LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO., SAN KEKS, NO. 16 WALL STREET. NEW YORK. MONEY received on deposit from banks, baukers, morchants and others. Or? ders in Gold. Government and other Secu? rities executed at the regular Stock Ex? change by a member of the linn. Consign? ments of Cotton solicited. April 8 DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL. CYRUS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTED LATEST STYLES. JUST RECEIVED, at the "Industrial Association," Ladies' Sacque Patterns, of tho latest style. Also, very beautiful Braiding Patterns, for Yoke Dresses and j Gowns. A constant supply of Braiding and Embroidery Pat terns, suitable for au styles of work, can be had. Remember, ladies, it matters not how small may be tho purchase, every little you contribute to this Association ?B BO much given towards the support of the poor and destitute of our land._September 8 Onr Bulletin Board-Arrivals. LIFE FOR THE HAIR, a now article, to make beautiful hair, and restore it, when grey, to its natural color Preserving Fluid has arrived. Jar Corks, for Pickle and Preserve Jans. Spices for Pickling. Baker's Broma and Cocoa. Lemon Svrup and Tamarinds. July 27 * FISHER * HEINITSH. Old Newspapers FOR SALE at the PEONIX OFFIOE. DILLON'S PATENT UNIVERSAL COTTON TIES AND IRON HOOP THI8 TIE, with tho HOOP COMPLETE, weighs no more than tho usual Rope used in balinp cotton, and renders an allowance tor taro unnecessary; the ONLY TIE REQUIRING NO SLACK WHILE PUTTING ON, sud is PO perfect that the necessity for hoavv hoops, to make up for deficiencies in the tie, is entirely obviated. Can bc ?old by the pound or ton as cheaply aa Ure heavy hoops and leas perfect ties. Each and every tie is warranted perfect. Science and practical uso will have the effect of the Iron Tio entirely superseding the uso of rope-its combination of advantages, its preservaci?n of the cotton when naled from consumption by tire, rendering its eecurity to Insurance Companies-? matter for consideration, both while in warehouse or on shipboard, and its simplicity of uso and economy combined. ?a_ For ealo, in largo or small quantities, by J. A T. R. AGNEW, Aug 25 Columbia, S. C. ti o H fe Kl ?I EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF THE " UNIVERSAL" COTON GIN AND CONDENSER, INVENTED ANO PATENTED HY HORACE Ii. EMERY. 1?UESE GIN8 and CONDENSERS aro adapted for running right or left hand, and f.Tr either HANI) HORSE, STEAM or WATE H POWER, and in points of SIMPLI? CITY DURABILITY' EFFICIENCY and ECONOMY, they have PROVED themselves SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS IN USE. \lso COMPLETE PORTADDE COTTON DINNING OUTFITS, adapted for traveling about and TOLL GINNING, Emery's Endless Chain and Lovor Horse Towers. Tresh in" Machino*, Cotton Pro-see, Saw Mills, etc., etc., all of which can bo seen in practi cal operation at the ?OUTn CAROLINA COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE. ?. B. GOLTON, General Agent, Near Greenville and Charleston Railroad Depots, Conimbia, S. C. A j- Cn ll omi examine or gelid for rire ular*. Sept 22 FISHER & LOWRANCE, ^ COLUMBIA. S. C. 8?O*ACKS SALT, 5BALES BAGGING, 200 pound? TWINE, 30 coils ROPE, in store and for sale low, by FISHER A LOWRANCE. Pot 10_'_ Mackerel, Mackerel. EXTRA No. 1 on rotaU, No. 1, 2 and 8 by the barrel or kitt, by FISHER A LOWRANCE. Sept 29_ Tobacco, Tobacco. i the box or at retail, low for cash, by Sept 29 FISHER A LOWRANCE. i5 Rye, Rye. 1 f\f \ BUSHEL8 RYE, for Balo by 1UU FISHER & LOWRANCE. Sept 24_ Nails! Nails! 1 AN ASSORTMENT aa LOW aB thoy can bo Bold in Columbia. Sept 20 FISHER & LOWRANCE. SUGAR, COFFEE, MOLASSES, GOSHEN BUTTER, LARD, BACON, RICE, SUGAR-HOUSE SYRUP, PICKLES, CHEESE, ETC. IRON, STEEL, Axles, Springs, Carriage Materials, Parlor Matches, Etc. Sept 20 FISHER A LOWRANCE. IRONS for GRAY'S PATENT COTTON PRESS, $165, delivered in Charleston; tho Brown Gin, $4.50 per Saw. _Aug 27_FISHER A LOWRANCE. . Cream Biscuit, Q S?* K Sugar Crackers, ? w Ginger Snaps, pq Butter Biscuit. ?5^ Received to-day and for sal? by ^ ? 00 Sept? FISHER A LOWRANCE. THE TRIUMPH OF ART! MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. EXTRACTS FROM^LETTERS: "Tho Queen's Delight ia beginning toi awaken the attention of our physicians. Its remarkable curativo power is seen in its wonderful effect upon disease. As a blood purifier, there is no medicine Uko it known to tho profession. A gentleman told me that his son has been taking the Quocn's Delight, and is moro bcno?ted by it than by any other medicine. Ho wanta a dozen bottles." Extract from a letter: "It is due to yon to btato in this public manner, in order that tho people may know the truth, that I have tried your Queen's Delight, and found it not only what yon said it was-"a pure medicine"-but tho boat medicine I havo ever taken for emptions and general bad health. I bad an eruption all over my body, with impaired digestion and disor? dered liver, and have tried a great many medicines without any boneiit. I have taken one bottle of your Queen's Delight, the emption has disappeared, my appetite ia better, my liver and digestion is im Croved. I am Batistled ono or two more ottles will caro me." Extract from a letter: "At the close of the war, my constitution was shattered. I could not eat, sleep or perform any duty whatever, such .VB? my prostrate condi? tion. Medicine and medical aid I had in abundance, such was my condition up to a few months siuco, when I began the UBO of your Queen's Delight. I havo used two bottles, my constitution in greatly im? proved, my appetite is good, enjoy relresh Ing sleep, and am able to perform my share of daily labor." a Extract from a letter-Wonderful effect of only one bottle: "I have used only a half bottle of 'Queen's Delight* for boils and eruptions of the skin and itching hu? mors of the blood, which annoyed mo very much. I am entirely cured. 1 think your mediciuo a valuable ono." A remarkable caao of live, complaint and headache cured by the uso of "Heinitsh's Queen's Delight:*' A lady of unquestioned worth and r?putation voluntarily gives tes? timony of the wonderful effects of Uns medicine. Sbo has been from early years a martyr to headaches, caused by imper? fect action of the liver, producing intonso headache and pain over the eyes. She bas taken only four bottles, and ensures us of tbc psr&et eui? iv baa mario, .-.ne non en? joys good health. Still another: "During last spring, I bad been troubled with obstinate chills and fever, which, when cured, left roy system in a wretched condition, blood impure, and I waa afflicted with an angry, ana, BB I at ono timo thought, an incurable, cutaneous eruption over my entire body. Tho most violent remedies suggested failed to work a euro, untU, at tho inetanco of a friend, I tried Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. LOBB than two bottles cured me, leaving my skin in a healthy condition. My genoral health is aa good as ever. For such purposes, I havo, ever siuco my cure, unhesitatingly recommended your Queen's Delight." Don't, buy any but tho right Kind. All gonuine Queen's Delight bas tho copy-right mark on tho outside, and it is tho only medicine which produces these wonderful cures. For sale wholesale and rotail at FISHER A HEINITSH'S April Dnig Storo.